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Discussion in 'Hats' started by Matt Deckard, Apr 10, 2014.
Something about that good old time religion.
Confederate Slouch Hat worn by PVT. MALACHI CREEKMORE. DOB unknown. Enlisted June 1st 1861 at Portsmouth, VA. Served in the 15th Virginia Cavalry, Company F. Captured at Mechanicsville on May 12, 1864. Died of pneumonia as a POW Sept 22, 1864.
In a private collection.
He must have been very busy between preaching gigs.
That’s some serious flocking!
Dinner table seating must have been tough!!
Capt. John Crawford Tucker (1833 - 1919) 12th GA Militia, CSA
Son of Revolutionary War veteran Henry Crawford Tucker, Sr.
"Rebels been rebels since I don't know when"
Gabby Hays...before he hooked up with Roy..
I would not have known the top photo was him.
James Innes Randolph, Jr. (October 25, 1837 – April 29, 1887, just 49 yrs old).
CSA Major, lawyer who later quit practicing law, & poet who published many poems including "The Good Old Rebel" in 1867, which was quickly put to music.
Would love his hat with the brim down.
Jack Langrishe, the owner of the Deadwood Theater, the spot where John McCall was first tried for the murder of Wild Bill Hickock.
Now that is a wide brim!
Would not have guessed he was 49.
One of my favorite comedians, Jonathan Winters, wearing many hats...
Elga and Nita Cubley. Wild West show performers, note the holsters.
Hoyt Axton did a nice job with that song.
That's my favorite version. I miss Hoyt! He was a real entertainer.
One of few places I have ever been where I felt it in my chest; Shiloh Hill.
William Lee Golden & his son, Chris Golden
He is missed.